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Katelyn Schmitt works with local students as part of her Masters of Education in Literacy work at Evangel University. She graduated from EU in 2015 and has taught 2nd and 3rd grade at Willard East Elementary. Background, Springfield schools 1st grade teacher Kendall Shores works one-on-one with a student. // PHOTO BY: Paul K. Logsdon

Literacy Lab: Evangel University’s annual free reading clinic

SPRINGFIELD, Mo. — Evangel University is hosting a free reading clinic this month, providing one-on-one literacy support for K-12 students who signed up earlier this spring. The tutors are ...

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Journalism students at Evangel University working on the campus newspaper, The Lance, including Mallory Johnson, editor-in-chief (back to camera).

MCMA: Evangel campus newspaper, website take first place honors

SPRINGFIELD, Mo. – The Evangel University student newspaper, The Lance, was recently honored by the Missouri College Media Association (MCMA) as the Best Overall Newspaper and the Best ...

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Evangel University social work majors in Jefforson City to discuss the Prescription Drug Monitoring Program with state legislators (l-to-R): Joel Sakuda, Alyssa Wadlow, Amy Jendro, Emily Bone, Caitlin Joy O’Guin, Katie Anne Meyer, Bethany Alioto and Sarah Faith Kemper.

Student research, lobbying on Prescription Drug Monitoring Program – PDMP

Springfield, Mo. — “If the legislators continue to have an impasse, it is up to our local leaders to use the funding available to make something happen,” said Lacey Nunnally, social work ...

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Meredith Kyle is a junior marketing major at Evangel University. // PHOTO BY: Gabby Gordon

Meredith Kyle named Knapp Enactus Student Leader

SPRINGFIELD, Mo. – Evangel University marketing major Meredith Kyle was named a Knapp Enactus Student Leader and received a $2,500 scholarship during the Enactus National Exposition in Kansas ...

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Evangel University students attending the 2017 Enactus National Expo were, (L-to-R) Front row: Katie Renner, Eden Janeway and Allison Newport; Row 2: Brooke Hove, Mindy McClaskey, Meredith Kyle and Joshua Clark; Row 3: Shane Puente, Terran Tipps, Emily Brown and Daniel Philpot. // PHOTO BY: Brooke Hove

Evangel Enactus team ranks in Top 7% in nation

SPRINGFIELD, Mo. – The Evangel University Enactus team was judged as one the top 32 university teams as a result of the competition at the Enactus National Exposition in Kansas City, Mo., May ...

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When the decision was made for Springfield, Missouri to host the O’Reilly General Army Hospital in February 1941, it established an inseparable link between Evangel University and the Springfield community.

Since 1955, Evangel has used its location and purpose to serve the community, while also receiving support for many students and initiatives.

Evangel, located in the heart of Springfield, sits on or near many of the city’s busiest roadways. With such accessibility, Evangel embraces its prominent position as a community landmark.

With immaculate learning and event facilities, Evangel offers the opportunity to host events large and small, which can be booked through Conference Services.

Through a variety of activities and partnerships, Evangel is a vital part of Springfield. Learn more about Evangel’s campus by visiting, or by watching what it has to offer.

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When you're looking for a location to host your next business meeting, training event, or conference, consider Evangel University - a campus of beauty and convenience...

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Community School of Arts

Evangel University Community School of Arts is an outreach of Evangel's Music and Humanities departments, bringing education in the arts to those of all age...

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